Donna Air Carter Profile:
Donna Marie Theresa Air best known as Donna Air with nickname The DMTA, DA, Lego, Donna, Marie, Theresa, Air was born August 2, 1979 (astrological sign/star sign (zodiac): Leo) at her hometown in City of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom (UK). Donna Air is a beautiful English television (TV) personality (presenter, host), (film, movie, television) actress, female model (fashion model, commercial model (advertisement model), top and popular model, clothing model, swimsuit (swimwear) model, cosmetic model, bikini (beachwear) model, professional model, beauty model, magazine cover model, international model, cover girl model, star model, supermodel), female singer (music star), Hollywood star (superstar), and blonde women celebrity.
“The Mummy Returns” (2001), and “Bad Day”, hobbies: swimming sport in the wonderful beach, pilates sport, jogging sport, long walks and vacation on the beautiful beach, art of meditation and Bikram yoga, hair care, reading books and reading useful everything, enhance her career with maximum, creative and performing arts, writing in the diary book, learning, always happy, singing, listening music, fashion shopping, beauty care, searching and browsing (surfing) in the internet, newest fashion hunting for collection, care and maintain of health for her life, d experience and insight, fashion show, dare to tread and strive pursuing a hope for her future life to be better, action and pose in front of the camera, always appear pretty and trendy also fashionable and cool, movie/film acting, photography acting, hang out with family and friends, watching movie/film in cinema and home theatre, action and appear in the film, and active in the world of international entertainment and modeling. Donna Air Biography: In her early life,
Donna Air was born August 2, 1979 with birth name is Donna Marie Theresa Air at her hometown in City of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom (UK). Donna Air as a former pupil of Gosforth Academy (formerly Gosforth High School), she attended the Drama School at First Act in Gosforth, City of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom (UK), where Donna Air was a pupil alongside Jill Halfpenny a beautiful English actress, Anthony McPartlin (Anthony David “Ant” McPartlin) a handsome English actor and television presenting duo Ant & Dec (which also as a singer), and Declan Donnelly (Declan Joseph Oliver “Dec” Donnelly) a handsome English actor and TV presenting duo Ant & Dec (which also as a singer). In her personal life, Donna Air have a great charity work which is on going and supports MacMillan Cancer Support, Sport Relief, Race for Life, Jeans for Genes to name a few.
Donna Air returned to England after signing to MTV hosting daily live show – MTV Select, and later became a presenter of several shows, including: “The Big Breakfast” a British light entertainment television show shown on Channel 4 and S4C each weekday morning from September 28, 1992 until March 29, 2002 during which period 2,482 shows were produced, TFI Friday with Huey Morgan (from Fun Lovin Criminals), Popstars the Rivals Extra for ITV (the show that discovered Girls Aloud a British-Irish pop girl group based in City of London, England, United Kingdom (UK)), to name a few. Donna Air has acted in many television dramas, most recently “Hollyoaks” (The long-running British television soap opera, first broadcast on Channel 4 on October 23, 1995.) and “Hotel Babylon” (The BBC television drama series based on the book of the same name by Imogen Edwards-Jones, that aired from January 19, 2006 to August 14, 2009, produced by independent production company Carnival Films for BBC One.), BBC TV comedy “Operation Good Guys” (a British mockumentary), Catherine Cooksons (Dame Catherine Cookson DBE (née McMullen)) six parter A Dinner of Herbs, and Lynda La Plante’s Supply and Demand. Donna Air presented on Five’s early evening, magazine programme “Live from Studio Five”, alongside regular presenter of the programme, Kate Walsh. Donna Air in acting was appeared in the films, among others: “Still Crazy” (1998) a comedy film about a fictional 1970s rock band named “Strange Fruit”,